Where and when

July 1995
American Theatre;Jul/Aug95, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p80
Presents theater highlights from selected festivals around the world. Includes a lineup of presentations by the Salzburg Festival in Austria; Varna Summer International Festival in Bulgaria; A Festival of New Yiddish Culture in Canada; Dubrovnik Festival in Croatia.


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